PhD about surging glaciers

In October deffended Heïdi Sevestre at Department of Geosciences and UNIS her PhD thesis. In her PhD she has investigated the global distribution of surge-type glaciers and uncovered differences in geometry between normal and surge-type glaciers. Read about her research in an article at UNIS webpages.

Longyearbyen, Svalbard: Picture from left; Professor Veijo Pohjola, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Uppsala, Heïdi Sevestre, University of Oslo/The University Centre of Svalbard, Professor Emeritus Nils Roar Sælthun, Professor Neil Glasser, Geography and Earth Sciences, Aberystwyth University, Senior Lecturer Dr. Karianne Lilleøren, Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo. Photo: Inger Lise Næss/UNIS

Longyearbyen, Svalbard: Picture from left; Professor Veijo Pohjola, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Uppsala, Heïdi Sevestre, University of Oslo/The University Centre of Svalbard, Professor Emeritus Nils Roar Sælthun, Professor Neil Glasser, Geography and Earth Sciences, Aberystwyth University, Senior Lecturer Dr. Karianne Lilleøren, Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo. Photo: Inger Lise Næss/UNIS

Heïdi Sevestre, Department of Geosciences and UNIS defended her PhD thesis on 13 October 2015 about claciers and surging. Read more about her research in the article at The University Centre of Svalbard webpages.

 

Reference:

Solving the mystery of surging glaciers, unis.no, 12.10.2015

Published Oct. 28, 2015 4:09 PM - Last modified Aug. 3, 2016 8:29 PM